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JEAN-PIERRE NORBLIN: EIN KUNSTLER DES REVOLUTIONSZEITALTERS IN PARIS UND WARSCHAU -- ZEICHNUNGEN UND DRUCKGRAPHIK (Jean-Pierre Norblin: An Artist of the Revolutionary Era in Paris and Warsaw -- Drawings and Prints). Uwe Westfehling et al. Wallraf-Richartz-Museum, Cologne, 1989. 128 pp. with 119 ills. (6 col.). 20 x 20 cm. LC 90-108418 In German.
A rare and thorough monographic treatment of Warsaw-based French artist Norblin (1745-1830), best known for his meticulous etchings after Rembrandt which influenced 19th-century printmaking techniques. Most of Norblin's late 18th-century prints, a selection of his drawings and paintings, and works by related artists are reproduced.
Artist(s):Norblin, Jean-Pierre
Indexing: Western, Europe — France — 1600-1800 — Graphic Arts (Prints)
Plans: 75
Worldwide Number: 053021
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